New Cardinal Close By, But Still No Red Hat For Philly ArchbishopThe appointment of a new leader for the nearby Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey is causing some ripples in church politics as far south as Philadelphia.
Archdiocese Of Philadelphia To Mark End Of 'Year Of Mercy'The Archdiocese of Philadelphia this weekend will bring to an end a year-long observance that had its roots with Pope Francis.
SNAP Raises New Concern's Over Priest's Link To Controversial OrganizationMembers of Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests held a silent protest in front of archdiocesan headquarters in Center City Monday afternoon to demand answers from Archbishop Charles Chaput.
Archdiocese Of Philadelphia To Hold Mass In Remembrance Of Orlando Shooting VictimsThe Archdiocese of Philadelphia will hold a special Mass on Sunday evening in memory of the victims of the shooting massacre at an Orlando, Florida nightclub.
Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary To Seek Partnership With Local Catholic CollegeA major change of plans for Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood: consolidation is off the table; now, it appears the entire campus will be put up for sale.
PA Lawmakers Expect Battle With Church Over Child Sex Abuse BillA full-scale battle over Pennslvania's statute of limitations is expected to break out.
Nun Convicted Of Drunk Driving In Gloucester CountyA nun in Philadelphia has been found guilty of drunk driving in South Jersey.
Archbishop Chaput Named Principal Celebrant For Mother Angelica Funeral MassPhiladelphia's Archbishop has been asked by the Eternal Word Television Network to play a key part in the funeral for its found who died on Easter Sunday.
Phila. Archdiocese Joins Worldwide Lenten Event To Emphasize Year Of MercyThe Archdiocese of Philadelphia is joining in a worldwide Lenten event this coming weekend to put some extra emphasis on his declaration of a Year of Mercy by Pope Francis.
Catholic Church Sets New Precedent For Co-Ed Contact SportsFor Catholic high schools in Philadelphia, men and women competing in contact sports has been a no-no. That rule meant a potentially career-ending forfeit for one local athlete this weekend.
Officials With Phila. Archdiocesean Schools Take Steps To Grow EnrollmentThe new agreement runs until 2022.
Philadelphia Archdiocese Launches Annual Catholic Charities Appeal With Ambitious GoalThe Philadelphia Archdiocese has announced an ambitious goal for its annual Catholic Charities Appeal.